National Palace Museum Embroidered Kisslock Coin Purse, Giuseppe Castigliones Lilac, Navy Description
National Palace Museum National Palace Museum, located in Taipei, Taiwan, displays greatest and rarest collection of traditional Chinese art crafts and historical documents in the world. With over 700,000 items, many of which once belong in Beijingâs Forbidden City and most of them are high quality pieces collected by Chinaâs emperors. These precious collections include ancient Chinese painting and calligraphy, archeological remains of bronze weapons, ceramics, jade, sculptures, rare books and documents and other antiques. Story of Lang Shih-ning Lang Shih-ning, whose original name was Giuseppe Castiglione, was a native of Milan, Italy. At 27 he journeyed to China as a missionary and was called to the Imperial Court to serve as a painter. He remained in the service of the Imperial Court through the reigns of three emperor. His painting style incorporated western techniques such as perspective and modeling into traditional Chinese painting. This blending resulted in beautifully rendered paintings that were extremely realistic. Immortal Blossoms in an Everlasting Spring one of the rare works which combines both Chinese and western painting techniques. Design The design of this product derives from National Palace Museum’s collection, Immortal Blossoms in an Everlasting Spring, Lilac, Giuseppe Castiglione, Qing dynasty. This painting was done by Lang Shih-ning (Giuseppe Castiglione). He combined his previous art training with his studies of Chinese painting to create a hybrid technique that fused the essence of both traditions and that had an influence on court style at the time.
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